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Oxford Community speaks out in support of High School Principal

OXFORD – The Oxford community came out to show support for High School Principal Christine Pierce during Monday night’s Board of Education meeting. The board was expected to d... read more...


County pulling voting machine debate in opposite directions

NORWICH – Chenango County appeared to be pulling in opposite directions Monday with lawmakers adopting a resolution to stay with the old-fashioned, lever-operated voting machi... read more...


Cutting appointed as sheriff

NORWICH – The Chenango County Clerk’s Office confirmed Tuesday morning that it has received an order from Chenango County Court Judge W. Howard Sullivan appointing former Unde... read more...


Afton teen charge with alcohol-related death only had a learner’s permit

NORWICH – An Afton teen has pleaded not guilty to all the charges against him after prosecutors claimed he was responsible for an alcohol-related car accident that killed one ... read more...


Oxford community members request Superintendent’s contract not be renewed

OXFORD – Some members of the Oxford community do not want to see Superintendent Randall Squier’s contract renewed, and they are asking the board to take their opinion into con... read more...


Sports

Local athletes medal at ES Senior Games

CORTLAND – The following are local medal winners from the Empire State Senior Games held last weekend at Cortland State. Listed by name, place finish, and age: Pickle ball *... read more...


Community

Farmers Market open for season

Brooke and Marilyn Ireland discuss fresh produce with Mina Takahashi of Holler Farm in Oxford at the Chenango County Farmers Market in East Side Park in downtown Norwich. The ... read more...


Pumpkin Shell Nursery School digs plantings

OXFORD – Good projects and plans are growing at the Pumpkin Shell Cooperative Nursery School located in the United Church of Oxford. Their students learned a little about gard... read more...


Data collectors going door to door

GUILFORD – The Town of Guilford Assessor’s Office would like to advise that beginning in June, and throughout the summer, data collectors will visit land owners with the Towns... read more...


County Historical Society director resigns

NORWICH – After ten years as the Executive Director of the Chenango County Historical Society, Dr. David Drucker submitted his resignation to the Board of Directors recently. ... read more...


Opinion

Thinking outside the lunch box

Are school lunches making our kids obese? I don’t know a lot about school lunches because I carried my lunch to school for 12 years – so did almost every kid in my class. And ... read more...


Entertainment

Perkins dance recital turns 180 degrees

NORWICH – Audiences attending the Amber Perkins School of the Arts performances this coming weekend should expect a twist, a flip and a 180 degree departure from shows in the ... read more...


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